The new NVIDIA graphics cards lineup, The GeForce RTX 30 is getting closer to the launch and now a new report suggests that NVIDIA is set to launch its latest graphics cards as early as September.
The new NVIDIA graphic processors will be based on Ampere architecture and promise gamers Top-end performance to play the next-generation of AAA gaming titles with ultra graphics and high frame rates.
The GTX 30 will allegedly adopt Samsung’s 8nm node and are going to be a lot different than its former custom based GPU. NVIDIA GTX 30 is rumored to have a range from 8 GB to 12GB VRAM. Purportedly NVIDIA is yet to decide on the final pricing and naming of the product.
The reports have also suggested that with this launch date, The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 20 graphics cards series have officially been discontinued. This may result in a shortage of RTX 20 in the retail market which may cause a price hike in GeForce RTX 2060 and GeForce GTX 16 series cards.
The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Ampere gaming graphics cards, will reportedly consist of four graphics cards:
- NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti
- NVIDIA RTX 3080
- NVIDIA RTX 3070
- NVIDIA RTX 3060
Though the users are immensely excited about the new graphics cards, a rising tension can be observed throughout the internet regarding the high speculated prices of the product.
All of these four cards are scheduled to be launched this year but may have different launch schedules. The high-end ‘NVIDIA RTX 3080 Ti’ and NVIDIA RTX 3080 will be prioritized among the four and are speculated to launch on September 17. NVIDIA RTX 3070 will be launched a month later which is October whereas NVIDIA RTX 3060 might hit the market in November.